Vivo 1814 Images Leak Through NCC Certification

The upcoming Vivo 1814 smartphone has been certified by National Communications Commission (NCC) in Taiwan.

The NCC documents of the smartphone contains multiple images that reveals its appearance from all angles.

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A closer view of the display reveals that it is equipped with a waterdrop notch. The smartphone features a red colored poly-carbonate rear. A vertical dual camera setup with LED flash is placed on the top-left corner of the back panel. A fingerprint scanner is also available on the rear shell of the phone.

The upper edge of the Vivo 1814 is barren, but the bottom edge is populated with an external speaker grille, a micro-USB 2.0 port and a 3.5 mm audio jack. There is a volume rocker and a power button available on the right edge of the phone. The SIM tray seems to be present on the left side of it. The image of the charger suggests that the device will carry support for 5V/1A. This indicates that the Vivo 1814 will be an upcoming budget-friendly phone from the company that may end up as yet another Y-series phone.

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Vivo 1814 Certifications

The same model has already been certified in a few other countries as well. This includes Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), TKDN in Indonesia and SIRIM in Malaysia.

In the recent weeks, Vivo V1814A and Vivo V1814T phones were spotted on TENAA. The Vivo V1814A ended up as Vivo X21s whereas the V1814T was made available in India as Vivo V11 / V11 Pro. These phones are equipped with in-display fingerprint scanner.

However, the Vivo 1814 phone that has been approved by NCC has a rear mounted fingerprint sensor seems to be an entry-level phone from the company.

Also Read: Mysterious Vivo 1817 Geekbench Listing Appears with Key Specs

There is no information available on the specifications of the Vivo 1814 smartphone. The pricing of the phone is also under the wraps. The NCC approval of the smartphone hints that the phone may go official in the coming month in Taiwan.

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